If Black Lives Matter wants to have even a modicum of credibility, they need to clean up their cesspool mentality, and gutter mouth verbiage, or in the interest of accuracy, remove the “v” from their nom de plume.
Sounds like a resurrected version of the old “if Hitler had been aborted” fallacy. For the sake of argument, the same 65 million innocent babies that one would have to kill to potentially eliminate one Hitler, or one Stalin, would have obliterated 64,999,999 potentially positive contributors to quality of life. No human being has the wisdom or the right to make that judgment call.
 November 9, 2015 at 10:14pm
I don’t know if they are related, but Hillary should get in touch with Jesse Duff for a few great pointers on how to handle her new investment.
[-4] October 25, 2015 at 9:21pm
There might be a place for in the Carson administration for Trump as Secretary of Commerce and Labor.
Trump has zero chance...zero of wining a general election
most of the GOP do not support him and the vast majority of the general election think he is a turd...
 October 19, 2015 at 11:29pm
Geral-doh’s not even amusing any more. Boring & boorish.
October 16, 2015 at 9:13pm
Dawkins believes only in Dawkins as the highest authority, and anybody who disagrees with him as an imbecile. The man is so full of himself he exudes ego.
 October 9, 2015 at 12:49pm
He may abuse executive authority on guns, but he cannot lawfully use what the Constitution does not provide. Having said that, the law hasn’t done much to slow the Comrade down yet, and an invertebrate Congress, and a loopy Supreme Court, haven’t been much help.
 October 8, 2015 at 8:02pm
More zombie journalism. Dig up a dead story and try to make it walk. Good grief, I’ve had enough of these MSM knotheads.
 October 5, 2015 at 3:32pm
Kardashian cattle call. What can I say?
 October 4, 2015 at 1:47pm
Evil is not necessarily insane, but I get your point.
 October 4, 2015 at 1:46pm
Refusal to accept personal responsibility is the underlying cause of a multitude of problems, from politics, to welfare system abuse to violence, you name it. It is always someone, or something, else’s fault, never the individual’s who perpetrated the crime. Two things could have stopped the shooting crime: taking every firearm from every person in the US (not possible), or a well placed round from an armed, law abiding citizen (possible, but pooh-poohed by limp-wristed hoplophobes).
ISIS, Hamas, other militant muslim organizations kill tens of thousands with their guns and explosives, drownings, hangings, burnings, stabbings, crucifixions. Sure, I'd like to ban those things, but not possible. Those people are uneducated, misinformed and full of hate…Plus our military were instructed to leave weapons and motorized vehicles behind when we pulled out many of our troops a few years ago. If you want to talk about people being killed, there are more people killed in auto accidents than shootings every day, every week, every month, every year.
 September 30, 2015 at 11:32pm
Transparent is a good word for the Obama administration: What you see is corruption from every possible angle.
 September 30, 2015 at 2:37pm
PC gone absolutely insane. But with the inmates running the asylum, who’s to know?
Retraining police officers
as peace officers rather than officers of the law
using Peelian Principles (google it)
might do quite a lot of good.
Regarding screening out the ***** :
They already have screening in place that filters out some of the slime, but no screening system is 100% perfect. Once they are in, it's harder to bounce them; not impossible just harder.
Think of the reality:
1. Every new police officer they have to screen and train costs money.
It is not cheap, especially when you count all the guys who get screened out, and they still have to go through at least part of the process to get dropped for cause.
2. Doing without an officer for a while has it's own problems; they may already be short staffed.
3. No one wants to believe that their guy is really a bad guy. There is some presumption of innocence for police officers, particularly when many of their altercations involve people accused of crime(s).
4. Their accusers often have reason to lie. When they are telling the truth, they run into the boy who cried wolf syndrome; everyone has heard this sort of BS before.
5. Due to budget cutbacks, an officer is less likely to have a partner to witness his actions. It is hard for an officer to report on a partner, but just having someone else in the car who is not OK with 'anything goes' can keep the other concerned about keeping up appearances in front of him/her.
You can probably fill in a bit more yourself.
 September 28, 2015 at 10:57pm
Interesting that the photo of the cake decoration above is two slender females, not at all like the bottom heavy lesbians the Federal government spent 3 million bucks to study.
 September 27, 2015 at 11:15pm
it is obvious that Abdul-Jabbar does not understand Shariah, himself, as a MINO. Sariah is so grotesque that it cannot be further distorted.
 September 26, 2015 at 11:01pm
He came out as gay to leverage himself onto a roster to begin with. The only thing that amazes me is that it took this long for him to start whining about discrimination.
 September 21, 2015 at 9:27pm
Typical, predictable liberal, squeals when cornered and resorts to ad hominem attacks.
September 21, 2015 at 9:24pm
That is the most normal and reasonable thing I have heard about Hilary Clinton in recent years. Maybe she is human after all.